Barton Road, Long Compton, Warwickshire, CV36


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  • Bedrooms: 4
A rare opportunity - modest Farmhouse, Mill, period and modern barns with potential to modernised and develop, set in over 5 acres.

Mill Farm is Grade II listed

The farmhouse dates from the late 18th Century and the adjoining Mill bears a 1758 date stone

There is reference in the Domesday Book (1086) to a mill in Long Compton, which some researchers have assumed to have been on this site

There is a great deal of potential to extend and/or develop the site, subject to planning permission

The farmhouse is built of Cotswold stone with a tile roof

Hall leads to farmhouse style kitchen/dining room

Sitting room with inglenook fireplace fitted with a wood-burner, and stairs to the first floor

Two dual aspect double bedrooms and shower room on the first floor

Third and fourth bedrooms and loo on the second floor

Attached to the farmhouse is the Mill – it has not been altered or touched since it stopped milling in the 1960's

The mill is conventional in terms of size and layout

The water wheel is internal and there are three floors

Researchers believe the mill was rebuilt between 1850 and 1870


Long Compton is a pretty south Warwickshire village with village shop, Post Office, Primary School, The Red Lion Public House and a selection of boutique shops and businesses

Larger local centres include Chipping Norton (6 miles), Shipston-on-Stour (8) and Oxford (20)

Kingham mainline station (8 miles) with trains reaching London Paddington in about 80 minutes

Oxford Parkway Station (20 miles) with trains reaching London Marylebone in about 55 minutes


Stone outbuilding with a utility room, workshop and garden store under a tile roof

Further range of outbuildings, include another period stone outbuilding, small modern barns and two large modern agricultural barns

Lovely garden, mainly laid to lawn with a greenhouse, patio area and flower beds, shrubs and trees

One paddock which has been used in the past as a campsite

There is a charming waterfall in the brook

The property is set in open countryside and enjoys beautiful far reaching views


There is a public footpath which runs along the drive, through the yard and to the fields beyond

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